Lancaster through the year in pictures

by Paula Robezniece

Hi, I’m Paula and I’m one of Lancaster University’s digital content ambassadors.

I am in my fourth and final year studying Accounting and Finance in Lancaster University Management School (LUMS).

One of my biggest hobbies is photography thus I am happy to document my life at Lancaster through a series of monthly photo galleries.

As a student I spend a lot of time studying, so you will see some of my favourite studying spots. Also, in my free time, I like to attend some cultural events and hang out with my friends both on campus and in the town, which is why you can expect to see a lot of pictures of that as well.

With this project I wanted to show through pictures what it is like to study and live in Lancaster.

July

We did it! Congrats to the class of 2019!

I hope these galleries were insightful. I would like to thank the DCA team for creating this creative space and welcoming me in the team. This has been a truly wonderful experience!

Graduation ceremony in the Great Hall

The celebration starts in the graduation village

And that’s me, saying bye to Lancaster and looking forward to new adventures!

June

After exams I revisited my favourite places in town.

Williamson park looks great in every season

The Ashton Memorial must be the most beautiful landmark in the whole of Lancaster

I just love how sometimes you can see the bay and hills across it

Lancaster castle with some lavender

Lancaster Priory during a sunny evening

The River Lune has several interesting bridges in Lancaster

May

Between exams I enjoy walking around campus. It’s hard to believe that after 4 years here you still manage to discover new places!

Nice green area next to the Infolab building

My college from a different angle

Alex Square and Bowland tower on a sunny day

I love this green bit next to Engineering. I pass this place almost every day and always appreciate the little oasis

On rainy days you can find plenty of spaces to relax inside. Barker House Farm is this empty only early in the morning, after breakfast time it gets very lively

For me this study space in Barker House Farm was a discovery

April

Easter break in Lancaster was wonderful – ducklings, lots of flowers and unexplored paths around uni.

Tulips were a really nice addition to campus

The moment everyone has been waiting for – new ducklings!

Quite close to the uni is a nice café where you can sit by the canal, enjoy passing boats and have some ice cream

This place looks almost magical in real life

Possibly the best ice cream in Lancaster, and you can get it on campus

And that’s it, break has come to an end and it is time to return to the library

March

The end of Lent term, first signs of spring and a day trip to Chatsworth.

The Herbarium has become my favourite café in Lancaster

Spring has finally arrived!

Graduate college organised a day trip to Chatsworth House

End of term = late nights at the library

The library from a different angle

LICA at night

February

From snow to spring

Winter vibes on campus

Deli is looking chic after the refurbishment

Another beautiful sunset on campus

Enjoying the warm evenings with short trip to Silverdale

Spring arrived early this year

Sunny afternoon in Pendle rooms

January

The start of the spring term

Some sheep just outside the campus

Canal just short walk away from uni campus

Pendle on sunny Sunday evening

Late night walk – part 1

Late night walk – part 2

Cosy study space in LEC

December

Counting down to Christmas

Lancaster canal

The Water Witch in winter

A single swan

Toasting marshmallows

Lancaster on Ice

Heading home for Christmas

November

A month for bonfires, fireworks and crunchy autumn leaves on the woodland trail

Elektronika K9 walk at Light up Lancaster

Fire Moon Dragon at Light up Lancaster

Campus light trails

Autumn leaves

LICA pod in the distance

A carpet of leaves

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